MBTI® Interpretive Report for Organizations
Apply information from your personality type to benefit you in your place of work.
Use your personality type to your advantage by playing up your strengths and working on your weaknesses with the MBTI® Interpretive Report for Organizations. With the insight gained from this report, including details on your optimal work, communication, and leadership styles, you can work toward improving your presence and abilities in your organization.
Much like the MBTI Interpretive Report, the MBTI Interpretive Report for Organizations offers up a wealth of information on your personality and its components, giving you information that can help you become an exceptional employee. Each of the 16 MBTI types (dependent on whether you lean toward Extraversion or Introversion, Sensing or Intuitive, Thinking or Feeling, and Judging or Perceiving) excels at different areas of the workplace, and by knowing your personality type; you can perfect your strengths and further work on your weaknesses.
Along with your MBTI four letter type, the MBTI Interpretive Report for Organizations offers you examples of what you can bring to a workplace, what sort of leadership roles you take on and how you best lead, what work environments you thrive in, and how you prefer to learn. This information is beneficial for:
- Those hoping to further excel in their career
- Those hoping to learn how they can take on more leadership roles in their organization
- Those looking to find out how to best solve conflict in their workplace
Beyond just learning about your potential strengths, you’ll discover what weakness may arise in your career, and how you can work on them in the long run. You’ll also learn about how your MBTI type react to stress and what you can do to help alleviate some of that pressure. Ultimately, the MBTI Interpretive Report for Organization sets you up with material that you can use to become the best employee you can be.